Manual Time and Attendance is a Risk
Many businesses are still on the fence about whether to adopt biometrics for employee time and attendance. This case study may change your mind.
As more businesses evaluate the use of biometrics for employee time and attendance to replace outdated workforce management solutions, many are still on the fence and remain skeptical about the actual benefits that could be realized. After all, there is a clear distinction between implementing biometrics because it has been positioned as the most effective alternative to eliminate buddy punching, lower payroll costs, and boost employee productivity and accountability and actually realizing a positive return on investment after deployment.
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We recently conducted a Twitter poll: “What is considered to be the most accurate biometric modality among the following options?”
We received a large number of responses from our community reflecting the following results:
- 58% chose iris recognition
- 32% chose fingerprint
- Palm vein and facial recognition both got 5% of the votes
It’s interesting that people immediately gravitate towards iris recognition as the most accurate biometric than other modalities, with only fingerprint as a distant second. What is the reason behind the result?
The best and most practical biometric modalities for individual identification
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Fingerprint vs Vascular biometrics – Are they different?
Fingerprint vs Vascular Biometrics – How are they different?
In biometrics, fingerprint technology is by far the most popular and widely used modality. However, due to the evolving nature of the technology, many other biometric modalities have emerged such as vascular biometrics. Even though they both share parts of the hand for identification purposes, these biometric modalities are quite different in how they work and their effectiveness in different environments. Continue reading →
The rise of biometric identification using fingerprints has many wondering if the technology alone is a sufficient replacement for passwords. Photo courtesy of Pixabay: http://bit.ly/1MUveRi
The following guest post was submitted by Jen Martinson, senior editor for Secure Thoughts.
(M2SYS is a leader when it comes to biometrics and studying its uses in many different fields. Once you start taking a look at their resources, you’ll find yourself engrossed for hours and end with a much greater understanding of the technology).
With a push into the mainstream market on smartphones in the last year or two, fingerprint security is the newest trend that is supposed to keep us safe. While it has been around in higher-grade security systems for years (and in media for even longer), biometric scanning has finally reached a point where it can be reliably and cheaply used in everyday devices, mostly to our benefit. Continue reading →